Alma Cogan - Eight Days A Week album flac
|A||Eight Days A Week|
- Directed By [Accompaniment] – Stan Foster
- Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
|DB 7786||Alma Cogan||Eight Days A Week (7", Single)||Columbia||DB 7786||UK||1965|
|45-DYC 1259||Alma Cogan||Eight Days A Week (7")||Columbia||45-DYC 1259||Finland||1965|
|45-DSA 632||Alma Cogan||Eight Days A Week (7", Single)||Columbia||45-DSA 632||South Africa||1965|
|DO4651||Alma Cogan||Eight Days A Week (7", Single)||Columbia||DO4651||Australia||Unknown|
Alma Cogan was one of the most successful and tragic figures in English pop music of the '50s and early '60s. Her final album, Alma, was released early the following year, but Cogan was never entirely forgotten
The Beatles originally released Eight Days a Week written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and The Beatles released it on the album Beatles for Sale in 1964. It was also covered by Vitamin String Quartet, Jalopy Five, Peter Breiner and His Chamber Orchestra, Faux Lives and other artists.
Alma Angela Cohen (19 May 1932 – 26 October 1966), known professionally as Alma Cogan, was an English singer of traditional pop music in the 1950s and early 1960s. Dubbed the "Girl with the Giggle in Her Voice", she was the highest paid British female entertainer of her era. She was born on 19 May 1932 in Whitechapel, London, of Russian-Romanian Jewish descent. Her father's family, the Kogins, arrived in Britain from Russia, while her mother's family were refugees from Romania.
Lyrics to Eight Days a Week by Alma Cogan from the Alma album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! . Eight days a week I love you Eight days a week Is not enough to show I care. Ooh I need your love, babe Guess you know it's true Hope you need my love babe Just like I need you. Hold me, love me, hold me, love me I ain't got nothing but love, babe Eight days a week. Love you every day, girl Always on my mind One thing I can say girl Love you all the time. Hold me, love me, hold me, love me I ain't got nothing but love, babe Eight days a week Eight days a week Eight days a week. The easy, fast & fun.
Текст песни Alma Cogan – "Eight Days A Week". Oh, I need your love, babe Guess you know it's true Hope you need my love babe Just like I need you Hold me, love me, hold me, love me I ain't got nothing but love, babe Eight days a week Love you every day, girl Always on my mind One thing I can say, girl Love you all the time. Hold me, love me, hold me, love me I ain't got nothing but love, girl Eight days a week Eight days a week I love you Eight days a week Is not enough to show I care Ooh I need your love, babe Guess you know it's true Hope you need my love babe Just like I need you Hold me
Eight Days a Week" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. It was written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon based on McCartney's original idea. The song was released in the United Kingdom in December 1964 on the album Beatles for Sale.
Eight Days a Week by The Runaways (1978). Eight Days a Week by The Superpickers (1999). Huit Jours Par Semaine by Tiny Yong (1965).
Singer Alma Cogan and the Beatles at the Welcome Home party she hosted at her Kensington flat upon the Beatles return from America the day before. The Beautiful Alma Cogan. 1950s Radio Classic Comedies British Comedy Bbc Radio Classic Tv Second Season Cast Member Weather Forecast My Childhood.
The Beatles recorded "Eight Days a Week" at EMI Studios in London in October 1964. The track opens with a fade-in, marking the first time that this technique had been used on a pop studio recording. The song was reissued worldwide in 2000 on the Beatles compilation album 1. It also provided the title for director Ron Howard's 2016 documentary film on the band's years as live performers, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week. YouTube Encyclopedic.
In 1965, Alma began work on an album of Beatles songs. Five tracks were recorded, of which four (Help!, I feel fine, Eight days a week, Ticket to ride) are included. The omitted track is Yesterday, but Alma's version of that song is easy to find elsewhere. I believe that Alma's version of Eight days a week was released as a UK single, which would explain why the Beatles version wasn't. While the Beatles had an American number one hit with it, nobody charted in the UK with Eight days a week. In any event, Alma never completed the intended album as her health deteriorated